Evicting Demonic Intruders: Guidelines For Pastors & Counsellors on Ministering to Oppressed Christians
There is a growing hunger for God in America. Every day, more and more Christians are experiencing the power of the Holy Spirit in the light of God's Word. For a Church thirsting for renewal, Gospel Light introduces a new...
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There is a growing hunger for God in America. Every day, more and more Christians are experiencing the power of the Holy Spirit in the light of God's Word. For a Church thirsting for renewal, Gospel Light introduces a new line of books called Renew. Serving the fastest growing segment of the Church worldwide -- those experiencing awakening and renewal with an expectancy for revival -- Renew brings you biblically sound resources from a publisher you trust. Take part in the renewal God is bringing to His Church with Renew Books from Gospel Light.After teaching and ministering deliverance within the Body of Christ for many years, the authors have produced this direct and thoroughly researched book on every Christian's privilege to walk in deliverance and freedom.
Margaret Gibson received instant acclaim on the publication of her award-winning first collection of short stories, "The Butterfly Ward" (1976). One of the stories from the collection, “ Making It, ” was made into the now-classic movie "Outrageous," starring Craig Russell; another, “ Ada, ” was made into a CBC-TV movie, directed by Claude Jutra. This was followed by two highly praised collections, "Considering Her Condition" (1978) and "Sweet Poison" (1993). The story of her own custody battle for her son was made into the TV movie “ For the Love of Aaron.”
Noel & Phyl Gibson ran Freedom in Christ Ministries based in Australia for many years and ministered deliverance to many thousands of oppressed Christians. Their ministry was consistently effective and led to their writieing about the principles of deliverance ministry in this book. Although Noel and Phyl have gone to be with the Lord, their ministry continues to flourish continuing their work. A